Medium ruby colored this Sangiovese has pretty thick legs running down the glass that would concur with the 14% ABV. The nose gives me coconut, red cherry, rose, cedar and coffee. The palate is a dry and tart affair with fine grained tannins that are medium intensity and well integrated. The high acidity really takes center stage on the initial attack. Flavors of red cherry, coconut, rose, rhubarb and cranberry fill my mouth with a red fruit cocktail laced with tart, almost underripe cherry at the core. It’s an interesting wine that feels a bit out of balance yet I keep wanting to take another sip. The finish is medium length and really jaw watering. The tannins are fighting the acidity. This wine will pair beautifully with a pasta of sautéed veggies and olives in thin spaghetti. I would even put it up against Osso Bucco or Veal parmigiana. I’m going 91 points, slightly lower than the pros but at $28 it is a respectable 4 star wine to drink till 2030. Salut….